Four dead after running car on pedestrians in Melbourne
A 26-year-old man with a history of drug use, violence and mental health problems is a Friday in the centre of the Australian city of Melbourne deliberately drove into pedestrians. It came to four people killed, among whom a child.
The incident took around 14.00 hours (local time) place in a shopping mall in Bourke Street in the centre of Melbourne. At least 25 victims were in hospitals are recorded as a result of injuries or shock. Among the very seriously injured are a baby of three months old and a toddler of two, reported the newspaper The Age.
The perpetrator, James Gargasoulas, is short for the massacre on the images to see when he recklessly riding through the streets and to a reporter and a cameraman waving. Gargasoulas could end up by the police, who fired shots, to be stopped and arrested.
The man was last weekend, released on bail after being held for assault and theft. For he Friday on the road, he would have his brother with a knife, have put.
s of the city, where currently the Australian Open is held, were deposited. The tennis tournament was not affected by the incident.
Dead and injured by car on pedestrian arrive in Melbourne